THE telephone counselling service, Lifeline, is encouraging people who have used the service to call again during Lifeline Awareness Week next week.
Lifeline counsellors on the south coast take thousands of calls each year, including many from the Bega area.
However, there is rarely a chance to get feedback about how things went for the caller.
During Lifeline Awareness Week people are asked to let the service know if they have found it helpful in the past.
The executive director of Lifeline on the south coast, Mr Grahame Gould, said Lifeline South Coast had taken 15,159 calls from the area between Helensburgh and the Victorian border last year, an increase of 12 per cent on the previous year.
The counselling number is 13 11 14, the same number to use to give feedback to the service.
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